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Dalton Godbey


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Past articles by Dalton:

Catholic fish fries across Louisville are critical to the church and community

Many churches embrace the fish fries to raise money to support their missions. → Read More

Dam issues will force lower water levels at Rough River Lake

The changes are expected to be in effect for the next six years as crews repair the dam. → Read More

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet eyeing spring 2024 completion for I-Move project

The long-running I-Move Kentucky construction project on Louisville area interstates is expected to be complete next spring. → Read More

Moving history | Clarksville making plan to move historic bell tower to Colgate Park

The commission is seeking proposals to move the bell tower at the former George Rogers Clark Public School to create a new historic landmark. → Read More

UPS donates 24,000 pairs of socks to Louisville's homeless community

The 24,000 socks were collected for homeless adults, teenagers and kids. → Read More

Kentucky Senate passes bill to ban TikTok from state devices

The bill easily cleared the Senate on a 31-0 vote to advance to the House. → Read More

10 new roundabouts to be built on Hardin County roads

Some residents aren't thrilled about the roundabouts that already exist. → Read More

The Bungalos sub-division bringing smaller, more affordable homes to La Grange

Smaller, more affordable homes are coming to Oldham County. → Read More

Blackiston Mill Bridge reopens as officials continue plans to build new span

The original groundbreaking date for the new bridge has been moved to 2025. → Read More

Mayor Greenberg announces 2 new city offices in inaugural State of the City Address

Greenberg's address took place at the Americana World Community Center in south Louisville's Beechmont neighborhood. → Read More

Portion of Spring Street in New Albany to be converted into two-way street

Work on the project could start as soon as 2025. → Read More

Charlestown Pike expansion in Jeffersonville moves forward with land acquisition

With roughly 15,000 cars a day traveling on the roadway, officials say the street needs to be widened. → Read More

Low-tech approach may be a quick fix for dangerous railroad crossing in Oldham County

The railroad crossing is on Kentucky 146 also known as Railroad Avenue in Crestwood, Kentucky. → Read More

Students returning Thursday to Breckinridge Co. elementary damaged by last week's storms

School staff has been working this week to plan for students to return. → Read More

Former New Albany housing properties await new development

Both the former Beechwood Neighborhood and Riverview Tower are now vacant lots with only rubble remaining. → Read More

Cleanup and traffic solutions point to change under Shepherdsville's new mayor

Mayor Jose Cubero is is focused keeping Bullitt County residents in Shepherdsville, rather than going elsewhere for work and leisure. → Read More

'A lot like home' | New Vine Grove police chief ready to grow small department

He's served on this staff for a few months already and has 23 years in law enforcement. → Read More

Charlestown land donation paves way for new park, civic center

The city said Sharon Kleinert agreed to donate 70 acres of land for the future of Shadow Lake Park. → Read More

Agreement reached between concrete plant development, neighbors in Lake Forest

Homeowners in the Lake Forest neighborhood filed a lawsuit in November to stop the construction of the cement plant on Aiken Road, citing health concerns. → Read More

Louisville Metro Council wants collaboration with Greenberg administration

Newly elected members of Louisville Metro Council were sworn in and Mayor Craig Greenberg officially spoke to councilors for the first time on Tuesday evening. → Read More